Shoe Porn: Repetto

I’ve not actually heard of this brand before (despite wearing ballet style shoes most of the time, I tend to go for the £8 pairs from Primark) but from what I can work out, Repetto offer a customising option where you can get a custom pair of shoes where you choose each detail, down to the laces and straps. Beautiful!

Shoe Porn: Charlotte Olympia

I have to admit, I’d love to have all of these shoes. Can you imagine, a rainbow of shoes on a shelf? Charlotte Olympia is the designer of these shoes, and whilst I’ve only picked out the more colourful designs here, she also creates some gorgeous shoes that are a bit more outrageous than I would normally wear!

These are from the Spring/Summer 2011 range, and despite looking really high, I’d probably be OK to walk in these because of the fat heel.

These Minerva laser-cut suede boots (£820) are so cute with their hidden platform, but at 6 inches high, perhaps not one for the cobbled streets that seem to be around the bars I like. I’m not very good with stilettos either!

I love these Paloma satin platform shoes (£590), but again, stilettos. I’m being tormented by beautiful shoes I know that I’ll wobble about on if I try to take even a few steps!

The website is still under construction, but theres lots of pictures over on the Facebook Page to drool over

Step On Poo

As many people know, and some people complain about, I am a massive fan of shoes. Even if, because of my bad back, I am relegated at the moment to wear hideous orthapedic looking flats. This makes me sad, especially when I think about the beautiful heels I could be wearing.

However, even with the “obsession” I have, I doubt I’d ever want to wear these heels. (Although they are beautiful. I think I’ve been distracted by the glitter and colours)

Why? Er, maybe cause that ball shaped platform is made from elephant poo.

Ew. I thought stepping in dog poo was bad enough.

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